While we're on the subject of space news, there is once again more high strangeness coming out about the subject, in addition to the high strangeness of building bigger rockets. As we noted in the past three days' blogs, the Orion project appears slated to continue, for the foreseeable and near future, the theater of chemical rockets while the real technologies are quietly developed and utilized elsewhere. But there's more strange strangeness that fits right into the category of "the downright bizarre," as there is now talk of using the Moon to archive copies of the Torah(the Hebrew text of the first five books of the Bible):

Ancient Texts to be sent to the Moon

Taking the Torah to the MOON: Sacred Jewish scroll could hitch ride on Google spacecraft to preserve Earth's culture in event of an apocalypse

Now, for readers of my book The Cosmic War: Interplanetary Warfare, Modern Physics, and Ancient Texts, this will sound a little familiar. In that book I posited a "paleoancient" (the redundancy meaning to emphasize "beyond ancient") civilization in high antiquity that was a space-faring civilization. I also posited a war was fought by extraordinarily sophisticated and destructive technologies, and that some of these technologies were deliberately destroyed, and some, which could not be destroyed, were hidden, and I suggested our local celestial neighbors, the Moon and Mars, might have been convenient hiding places. These technologies, I averred, consisted primarily of a kind of information, and hence, their hiding places could be loosely construed as "archives" or "libraries" or to use that most shop-worn term in the alternative community, "halls of records."

And now, by dint of modern technology and similar apocalyptic contexts, the same thing is being proposed again. Notably, some of the texts that they wish to secure on the Moon are precisely Vedic texts, texts which recount that ancient cosmic war, and the I Ching, which could be tied - albeit at first glance implausibly - to Sumeria, Babylonia, and its celebrated "Tablets of Destinies." One can imagine other texts that should be included: the Egyptian Pyramid, Coffin, and Edfu temple texts, the Mesopotamian Epics, and so on down through the Magna Carta and other documents. 

There is a possibility, however, lurking behind these ideas, and in my usual bent toward "high octane speculation," it has to be mentioned. What if such calls are really calls masking another project, namely, behind the search for "good sites to secure an archive," the search for things already archived? After all, the search for good archival sites for present things could easily be made to mask or disguise a search for archival sites for past things. And with the talk lately from NASA that it wants to send a probe to Mars to bring back "stuff" for "study," such a program could easily be made to mask a search for some of those hypothesized "archived things" from paleoancient times.

In short, I suspect what we may be looking at here is another act in the "space theater" that we've been covering in recent weeks. To be sure, archiving human texts and traditions is a praiseworthy effort in its own right, but such schemes can be made to do double duty and to fulfill more than one objective. I suspect, probably like many readers here, that behind all the talk of "taking things there" and "bringing things here" that we are looking at an attempt to search for, and if possible recover, some of those things.

The interesting thing is why now? Why this strange talk of archiving things on our celestial neighbors against the possibility of an "apocalypse", a meme almost exactly parallel to what I proposed in The Cosmic War. It's that strange parallel that makes me think we're looking at yet another bit of "social engineering" taking place, along the order of "look at what we found while we were attempting to archive our stuff! We found other stuff!" It's a clever idea, really, when you think about it.

See you on the flip side.


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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Robert Barricklow on June 4, 2014 at 8:34 pm

    Just Finished The Byte Show, Cosmic War, part 20 available here. Host & guest were in sync to give one hell of a show. Really enjoyed it very much. But I wonder what Catherine Austin Fitts says about I-pods that was left unsaid AND what off air comments would there be about the fabric of space/time being manipulated?
    Again, thanks to you & George Anne Hughes for giving listeners a superb two plus hours of provocative & informative show of not only current events, but past events; and what may have been happening behind the scenes.

    • DanaThomas on June 5, 2014 at 3:23 am

      Many thanks to GeorgeAnne for her efforts, and, yes, please don’t “censor” those remarks. Do Ipods have a “back door” in the software somehow connected to finance?

  2. Robert Barricklow on June 4, 2014 at 7:05 pm

    Just listened to the Citizens Awareness Vanguard Radio 2.0 video you have available. Outstanding show in terms of Dr. Farrell’s part in it… But the hosts were way-back-of-book(car slang for not worth much at all). Yet Dr. Farrell remained gracious and giving throughout the entire show. That had to take some doing; at least, in terms of looking at it from my perspective.

  3. henry on June 4, 2014 at 5:24 pm

    “New Scientist reports this is the first of three culturally important artifacts that the Israeli-based team behind “Torah on the Moon” is hoping to send to the lunar surface. A copy of the Vedas scriptures and the I Ching might be next. “These three texts are among Earth’s most ancient documents, created over 3,000 years ago. They are significant to billions of people”.

    Sacred ancient texts to convey sacred number “3” on the moon?

    Reminds me of something i’ve observed with the recent Chinese lunar mission.
    They released the images of “panoramic view” around the lander and the rover in the shape of “jade bi”, an ancient ritual object for worship of the “Heaven”, adding that the rover also deliberately left a “jade Bi” track on the lunar soil, together they formed the sacred number “3”.

    The Chang’e 3 mission by the PRC convinced me that
    1- these “communists” aren’t really “communist”, they are as “traditionalist” and as “ritualist” as their ancestors were millennia ago when the I-Ching was supposedly invented;
    2- the “Heaven” in neolithic shamanistic and Taoist tradition actually and really is the Moon.

    Because these supposedly “godless communists” just “religiously” performed a most ancient ritual reflecting a core Chinese belief on the Moon, i.e. “the worship of Heaven”.

    If “Heaven” is not just endless space out there but is actually the Moon, then the mythological account of the goddess creator “repairing the Heaven” (after a terrible conflict had broken it) could well be another residual of something unimaginably horrendous happened in our celestial neighborhood in the distant past, echoed by the Vedic recount of “ancient cosmic war”.

    But guess what would be equally “unimaginably horrendous” to happen? It would be “the destruction of the “Heaven” again.”
    Is that why the need for planet-busting weapons in the name of “the Black Sun”? Then, what’s stopping them from “repeating apocalypse”?

    • DanaThomas on June 5, 2014 at 3:29 am

      I think you have something there henry (but aren’t Moon and Earth considered to be Yin and Sun and Heaven, Yang?). And whatever it may be, Chinese tradition is not “Yahwehist”.

      • RAJM on June 5, 2014 at 10:29 am

        A learned friend of mine often comments on my leanings towards Taoism / Tai Chi Chuan practice.
        He maintains that there here is a Talmudic tradition that speaks of teachings heading east and that the true origin of the eastern systems / traditions is Hebrew.
        He sites the Kabbalisitic sephirot as being the origin of the Chakra / meridian system.
        This then, could become an issue of chronology and dating the origin of the Chinese systems against the old testament timelines.

        • henry on June 11, 2014 at 4:39 am

          @”He maintains that there here is a Talmudic tradition that speaks of teachings heading east and that the true origin of the eastern systems / traditions is Hebrew.”

          Clearly he has little clue about “true origin” of Chinese culture.
          Since you claim to have some understanding of Taoism, why rely on others?
          What’s your own opinion on the origin of Taoism, in terms of archaeology and mythology?

          “He sites the Kabbalisitic sephirot as being the origin of the Chakra / meridian system.
          This then, could become an issue of chronology and dating the origin of the Chinese systems against the old testament timelines.”

          Before doing that, considered a basic fact here,
          “a well defined secular priest or deity cult never appeared in Chinese civilization except under the Shang and then disappeared.”

          It was under the Shang that “human sacrifice culture” suddenly appeared and reached its peak. But it was purged with ‘humanist’ Confucianism that traces its philosophical roots to Taoism, a tradition which “emphasizes natural harmony and balance”, as correctly observed by this practitioner of Tai Chi Chuan.

          For someone to argue Chinese culture as “Yahwist”, really underscores that person’s poor understanding of both the Chinese culture and “Yahwism”.

  4. DownunderET on June 4, 2014 at 2:40 pm

    Religion and space, now there’s a conflict of interest if I’ve ever heard one. Books placed on the Moon is going to achieve a lot, they must be sick of reading the WSJ and the NYT up there which get delivered on a daily basis. Seems like someone is crying out for our genetic cousins to get the real truth about the earth and the moon.
    “The Only Thing That Gives Me A Headache Is The Moon”…Sir Isaac Newton, ie it shouldn’t be there!!!!

  5. Sophia on June 4, 2014 at 1:50 pm

    Dr. F.,

    Didn’t one of Arthur C. Clarke’s 2001 books (3001 – The Final Odyssey?) make reference to a period when mankind had to secure its most deadly computer viruses in isolation on the Moon? (e.g., The “Mandelbrot Maze?”) Going from memory, this was taken from storage and used to incapacitate the local chapter (Iapetus?) of the great intelligence which had accelerated the development of intelligent life on Earth via the 1-4-9 proportioned monoliths. There was evidence that the superior intelligence destroyed those of its children species that did not develop properly.

    This would appear to tie your thoughts here to Richard Hoagland’s sci fi disclosure idea.

    Hopefully, there is no somewhat imminent Earth crust displacement that is going to take place. If there was, I’d be looking to secure humanity’s knowledge, including sacred texts, someplace safe.

    Like in a vault buried under the moon’s surface.

    • Quantuminterferencedevice on June 4, 2014 at 7:28 pm

      What if these alleged sacred texts deposited on the moon were found by another race with similar primitive and violent tendencies as humans? I hate to think that the entire cycle of destruction, war and genocide would be initiated once again. There should be some way to prevent this form of pollution from being dumped on other bodies in space!

  6. Aridzonan_13 on June 4, 2014 at 12:38 pm

    Any heads up is better than no warning at all. If the PTB have to warn you about what they are going to do to you on page E37 of some MSM periodical or an equally remote hypertext link. Then you had better pay attention. If you’re not prepared for a Katrina, Tsunami, etc. Then do so. The world may not end. But, in NOLA, Indonesia and parts of Japan, the world did end. Being ready beyond a three day supply can’t hurt and is great insurance against anything happening. For if you’re prepared for the worst. The worst will never happen. My cousin` in LA that were Burt Gummer prepped had no problems during Katrina or Rita.. . Plus, one prepper I saw on the History Channel had his food stuff supplies offset losses in his 401k!! Take that to the bank.. Start a Victory Garden and put in a cistern system this summer. Oh, be sure to use mosquito dunks in your rain barrels..

  7. marcos toledo on June 4, 2014 at 10:24 am

    If fifth century Roman Empire had had the technology they might have transported the library of Alexandria to the Moon for safe keeping. Let alone the libraries of the people of the Americas. The Torah, Gospels ,Act’s and Letters of the Apostles and Quran should be destroyed so they can no longer poison the minds of humanity or they should be preserve as warnings of what not to believe.

    • Robert Barricklow on June 4, 2014 at 11:39 am

      I like that idea.

    • amunaor on June 4, 2014 at 11:43 am

      Agreed! If you haven’t already, you should get a copy of John Lash’s: Not in His Image. Therein Lash documents the brutal rise of the patriarchal system and how it subjugated and murdered the Mother aspect: Gaia, the embodiment of Sophia: Wisdom and Understanding.

      Lash has taken great measures by going back to the original Nag Hamadi Codex, with the help of Dead Sea Scrolls material to bolster his findings, re-deciphered and presented us with a glimpse of Gnosticism outside the filters of its adversary.

      Gnosticism was not in any way a part of Christianity, nor did Christianity sprout from it, it predated it by a considerable amount of time.

      The murder of Hypatia by a frenzied mob of Christians signaled the end of the classical period…the end of Gnosis and the end of respect for everything feminine, which includes our nurturing host, Gaia, the Earth.


  8. Daryl Davis on June 4, 2014 at 10:16 am

    None of this makes any sense.

    Excuse us, everybody, an apocalypse is on the way![If you weren’t already praying, you may wish to begin now.]

    Hey aliens, read this influential religious text…that’s probably about you…and that you may have also helped to write — but do so on the moon. [Because, god knows,(pun intended) it’d be awful tricky to grab yourselves a copy down there on Earth.]

    “Wow, can you believe the coincidence, I was just burying this Torah on the moon and — I found the Akashic records.” Geraldo Rivera, 2016.

    The only reasonable explanation for this erratic set of pseudo-disclosures is that those “in the know” do not have a clear grasp of what the future holds for humanity. And it is not entirely within their hands to decide it at this point — or never has been.

    Or perhaps they have the notorious “chrono visor” that allows them to see our latest, most probable future — and none these days are looking too good. Else whatever alien contacts they maintain are now offering dire, urgent, and yet ambiguous warnings.

    But it is impossible to believe that this bizarre nonsense about planting sacred texts on the moon is part of a well orchestrated, “false revelation.” Most religious people don’t truly believe in the validity of their sacred texts, anyway, or else they would surely devote their lives to learning, and of course to following, the literal words of their gods.

    • Ramura on June 4, 2014 at 8:24 pm

      My understanding is that they had to quit using the chrono-visor because it WAS affecting the timelines, and also it seems they weren’t too happy with the results. TPTB wanted a certain outcome and it was like the Wicked Queen who kept asking the magical mirror, “Who is the fairest of them all,” the chrono-visor kept coming back with “Snow White.”

      So they’ve been in the dark for many years, at least from that front. Probably why we are hearing so much more about remote viewing…

  9. basta on June 4, 2014 at 9:39 am

    I literally just finished re-reading the KJV of the OT the other day and I must say, the main character is… well, better not go there.

    Anyway, the Moon seems the perfect place for that text.

  10. Robert Barricklow on June 4, 2014 at 8:11 am

    This brings to mind, “Whose on first?”.
    I ask that because those left behind artifacts led to(or at least influence) current “known unknown” technologies(breakaway). Of course the search has been going on for way back(just ask Peabody[of way back machine fame]]). So were the paleoancients, also picking-up “left-behind” clues to spur them on? I ask this as a pattern obsessed naked ape. For I see patterns replete through the universe. That finding a “first” is quite an enigma. First universe?
    Just ask third base, he tell you.

  11. DanaThomas on June 4, 2014 at 6:16 am

    This is from (May 27) : “A bible left behind on the lunar rover by Apollo 15 Commander David Scott may one day be joined by a Sefer Torah, a hand-written scroll sacred to Judaism. New Scientist reports this is the first of three culturally important artifacts that the Israeli-based team behind “Torah on the Moon” is hoping to send to the lunar surface. A copy of the Vedas scriptures and the I Ching might be next. “These three texts are among Earth’s most ancient documents, created over 3,000 years ago. They are significant to billions of people,” said group founder Paul Aouizerate, who is looking to raise €12 million to €15 million in funding for the project.”
    Well it was nice of somebody to think of the Vedas and the I Ching (something ETs could actually understand) after sending Yahwehist items(and let’s not forget those Masonic symbols as well). At the very least there is some heavy social enginerring under way,
    A little Farrellesque speculation: it would not be surprising, considering the “popes in space” meme, if we hear that the 2016 Exomars rover to be sent by Europe to Mars (with Italy – a country under significant Vatican influence – as project leader) contains some Church-related symbol or material, or at the very least be linked with more Vatican pronouncements on intelligent life off-planet.

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